Logging Road Pull Off | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Verified:
5 days ago
Altitude:
269.1 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
nolers911

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

This is a small clearing off a sandy road. Very primitive as it is part of a logging road. You will definitely need four wheel drive in winter. You may have to share if others also find this site.

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Didn’t like the spot. It’s in the middle of what looks like a road but it doesn’t seem to be used. I didnt want to sleep there in case ATVs came later at night so we choose to stay elsewhere.

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good spot. quiet, no problems. like 1/2 a bar of Verizon so cell didn't work well. good spot on either side of road.

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Nice pull off, quiet, easy off H58. Fire ring all set.

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This was an awesome spot. Super packed down sand road that is obviously used for logging. Was skeptical about how hard this would be to find but coordinates are exact. Pulled off and was alone for the night. Two cars drove by the following morning but that was it. Two fire rings as described. Would stay again.

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Pretty flat, there are 2 fire rings...1 for campers and 1in a tent site tucked away at the beginning of the road to the right.

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Great little spot. Ok Verizon service with LTE on my iPhone. There is a small fire pit but I didn’t have a fire. One other car joined around 10 pm. Very quiet and nice.

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Remote and quiet. Almost no cell signal. Wonderful!

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Nice and super quiet spot, felt very private. In the forest and we hat service with At&T.

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It's just a large pull off that also splits off into two roads (I don't know where they lead). Someone was there so we drove a half mile further and found an abandoned road and tucked in that spot. OK Verizon reception.

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I stayed one night in the grand sable lake overlook. No issues. Beautiful view. Full Verizon bars.

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I stayed here on a Friday night because all campgrounds were full. It’s a dirt road, lots of places to pull off to the side and park for the night. Some spots had AT&T one bar. Quiet place. I saw a few cars parked on this road but the spots are spread out enough that I didn’t see anyone where I was parked.

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We needed a quick place to stay for the night and this fit the bill. We actually went a little farther back and found a couple more spots. Just be careful one of the spots we checked out was covered in poison ivy.

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Camping spot is on the right hand of road. There us a spot directly to the left but only room enough for one campsite. Didn't use either of these sites. Further up the is another site to the left. Lots of mosquitoes.

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This is a small clearing off a sandy road. Very primitive as it is part of a logging road. You will definitely need four wheel drive in winter. You may have to share if others also find this site.

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